Packers sign seventh-rounder Vernon Scott

The Packers have signed another draft pick. Seventh-round safety Vernon Scott posted pictures of his four-year contract signing over the weekend. He joins fellow seventh-rounder Jonathan Garvin as the only members of Green Bay's nine-player class to agree to deals thus far. Scott appeared in 26 games for TCU over the last three seasons. He [more]

Peyton Manning preaches the gospel of preparation during lockdowns

Peyton Manning was busy recovering from neck surgery in 2011, but he saw the work his brother Eli Manning put in during the lockout. And he also saw what that work led to, so he's spreading the word. Peyton Manning told Peter King of NBC's Football Morning in America that the topic came up during [more]

Boxed In: Who is the best courtside celebrity NBA fan?

It's the glitz and glamour of Hollywood up against the grit and grind of New York City. On this episode of Boxed In, Dalton Del Don, Andy Behrens, and Vincent Goodwill debate whether filmmaker Spike Lee or actor Jack Nicholson is the platonic ideal of an NBA fan. Is it the calm and collected Jack Nicholson, who's watched title after title in Los Angeles? Or the fiery Spike Lee, who supports the underdog New York Knicks — but not owner James Dolan — no matter what. Watch or listen to Boxed In every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on Yahoo Sports, YouTube or on your podcast provider of choice. Subscribe:

Dante Scarnecchia says he’s retired for good this time

Longtime Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia retired this offseason, and this time he means it. The 72-year-old Scarnecchia also retired after the 2013 season, but after two years, he was persuaded to come back. But he told Mike Reiss of ESPN that he's satisfied in retirement and is glad not to be involved in [more]

Our Giro by The Cycling Podcast, stage 21: The call of nature

Our Giro reaches Milan after three weeks on the virtual road. We set out from Budapest in Hungary, then spent a few days in Sicily before making the familiar journey the length of Italy, visiting the Dolomites and the Alps and now it's the last leg. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe look back to the 2017 Giro, won by Tom Dumoulin, who famously had to stop to answer the call of nature by the roadside on the stage to Bormio.